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Default Persistent Radicals of Self-assembled Benzophenone bis-Urea Macrocycles: Characterization and Application as a Polarizing Agent for Solid-state DNP MAS Spectroscopy #DNPNMR #NMR

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Persistent Radicals of Self-assembled Benzophenone bis-Urea Macrocycles: Characterization and Application as a Polarizing Agent for Solid-state DNP MAS Spectroscopy #DNPNMR #NMR

Most commonly nitroxide-based radicals are used in DNP. However, there are many other stable radicals. This one is a UV generated radical that is stable for weeks at room temperature. In addition it exhibits a fairly narrow linewidth. This radical, in combination with another narrow line radical (BDPA, trityl, etc.) could make a very efficient polarizing agent when mixed together or even covalently attached to each other.






DeHaven, B.A., et al., Persistent Radicals of Self-assembled Benzophenone bis-Urea Macrocycles: Characterization and Application as a Polarizing Agent for Solid-state DNP MAS Spectroscopy. Chemistry, 2017. 23(34): p. 8315-8319.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28423212


UV-irradiation of a self-assembled benzophenone bis-urea macrocycle generates mum amounts of radicals that persist for weeks under ambient conditions. High-field EPR and variable-temperature X-band EPR studies suggest a resonance stabilized radical pair through H-abstraction. These endogenous radicals were applied as a polarizing agent for magic angle spinning (MAS) dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) NMR enhancement. The field-stepped DNP enhancement profile exhibits a sharp peak with a maximum enhancement of on/off =4 superimposed on a nearly constant DNP enhancement of on/off =2 over a broad field range. This maximum coincides with the high field EPR absorption spectrum, consistent with an Overhauser effect mechanism. DNP enhancement was observed for both the host and guests, suggesting that even low levels of endogenous radicals can facilitate the study of host-guest relationships in the solid-state.
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